Need of Counselling in medical professionals
Keywords:Counselling, Interview, Medical professionals
According to WHO, the definition of ideal mental health is not about absence of mental diseases or psychological problems. It is state of well-being in which the individual realizes his or her own abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his/her community. In present paper core of focus is about the stresses and burnout situations to which a health professionals encountered in his/her daily routine. And how these things affect his/her mental and social wellness and what is the role of counselling in it. For the same in-depth interview has been performed by counsellor with 5 doctors. Content of the interview was comprehensive enough to ask about the basic interests, journey of becoming a successful professional and the kinds of problems the subjects face. Counsellor has emphasised on some important domains such as Drive, Collaboration, Humanity, Temperance, Humility and Accountability. Investigator has observed that counselling extends ability of judgment in the subject in a positive manner. And its makes subject contextually aware, cognitively simpler, analytical, decisive, critical thinker, insightful and adaptable. This as a result helps the professional to make a better work life balance.
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